From urban loft in a colonial town to eclectic DC Firehouse, there are many amazing options for your friends and family to explore the DMV this summer.
Across the DMV, it is still a seller’s market, meaning there are more people looking to buy than there are homes available.
New listings are down in the DMV compared to last week, but the number of new listings in D.C. is still up almost 30% from a month ago… Can you say, “hello, spring market?”
The DMV housing market is heating up. DC had 26.81% more listings last week than the same time a month ago.
See what Estately says are the top 10 most and least expensive metro stops by median house price. “Overall, the Red Line is home to the area’s most expensive stops, and the Green Line the most affordable. The Silver, Orange, and Blue Lines had stops in both the top and bottom ten.”
The following is a snapshot of the housing market in the DMV, Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia, over the past week.
New listings have picked up in March and with it, more buyers are matching with a home. Due to slightly increased inventory, I’m also seeing quality properties staying on the market past opening weekend.